Following the referendum on EU membership there will be no immediate change to civil aviation regulation nor the CAA’s role in the EU and the European Aviation Safety Agency.

Any future changes will depend on the outcome of the UK’s negotiations on exiting the EU. We will be working closely with the Department for Transport in assisting the UK Government in the months ahead as discussions progress.

A CAA spokesperson said, “most aviation and travel regulation is set at an international level reflecting the fact that these are international industries. It will now be for the Government to decide how the UK will interact with these rules and international aviation systems in the future. We will continue to work closely with all parties both in the UK and internationally”.

http://www.caa.co.uk/News/Statement-on-EU-referendum-vote/

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